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Pop-Ups Monday: Monday September 9

Make this September a stylish one!  As autumn approaches, check out these three fashion tech sites that’ll spice up your wardrobe with this seasons fall essentials. Remember, your style is a statement of who you are, so make it one to remember.

Discover, explore, and enjoy!

 

1. StylePin

Featured in socalTECH and Mashable, StylePin focuses strictly on fashion and style. The site is an organizational tool that acts as a personal collection of your fashion and style inspirations. Individual clothing pieces can be tagged and categorized to facilitate searches. One of the features of the site, the Style Wishlist, is perfect during birthdays and holidays when you know exactly what you want, but don’t know how to ask for it! The Print Generator allows users to easily print their favorite pins to bring along with them as they shop for inspiration!

 

2. StyleSaint

“StyleSaint is the ultimate source for your fashion fix.” Anyone can become a StyleBook creator on the site and subsequently share their creations via their blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. The goal of the site is to share unique images and daily style notes with fashionistas all over the globe! DIY tutorials, trend alerts, and lessons overflow StyleSaint three times a week. The abundant amount of inspiring imagery on this fashion tech site is definitely worth checking out!

 

3. StyleZen

StyleZen provides you with personalized fashion recommendations. Unlike other sites that use style quizzes and surveys to determine your taste, StyleZen uses the most pragmatic tool of all, Pinterest! Almost everyone with a Pinterest account has a board filled with pins of clothing items they would kill for. By signing up for SyleZen, you simply link your fashion board on Pinterest and subsequently find the best products specifically selected for you. The site analyzes your Pinterest board and, as you re-pin the items you love, StyleZen continues to bring you your fashion favorites!

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Pop-Ups Monday!

Happy Monday! It’s time to plan your outfit for the fourth. Take a look at these fashion-tech sites and just in case you feel like displaying an exceptional amount of patriotism on Wednesday, add a few American flag items to your shopping cart. Whether it’s a jean jacket or a pair of shorts, the following three websites all have a little red, white, and blue.  Enjoy the BBQs, fireworks, and family time while flashing your stars and stripes!

Discover, explore, and enjoy!

1. RevolveClothing.com  

There are so many different features on this fantastic fashion-tech website. Aside from incredible clothing, shoes, and accessories collections from hundreds of brands, an entire Revolve Community exists. The Revolve Magazine features designer profiles, editorials, trends, style guides, and designer lookbooks. The Revolve Blog is fashion-forward and informative. The most special feature however, is the “myRevolve” section. Members have the opportunity to create their own personalized online boutiques and share their favorite designers and top picks. When shoppers purchase an item from a personalized myRevolve boutique, the creator can earn commissions of 1-10%. Revolve Clothing really has thought of it all! 

2. Tobi.com

Created in 2012, Tobi is a new, inexpensive online boutique. With Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest accounts, the site certainly has the social media scene covered. Alexander Wang, Citizens of Humanity, and J Brand are just a few of the designers featured. One of the best aspects of Tobi is that there are new arrivals every single day and customers receive 30% off of these new arrivals! The site has items comparable to those on Nasty Gal and is a breath of fresh air in the world of high-priced fashion.

3. Shopbop.com

Shopbop originated in 2000 as an online boutique specializing in “hard-to-find” denim lines. Twelve years later and the site has become so much more! Shopbop has apparel and accessories suited for any occasion, formal or casual. The Exclusives section flaunts limited-edition pieces from top designers available exclusively on Shopbop. Known for outstanding customer service and a personalized shopping experience, Shopbop is one of the first places to look when you need a new dress or pair of shoes. Featured in Vogue and Elle, this “magazine meets boutique” is chic, trendy, and dangerous for shopping addicts!

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Watch Out Wednesday

Kaleidoscope: Fashion Inspired

Kaleidoscope is the latest fashion startup to watch out for. The app launched on the iPhone this past weekend and is also available on Android. Kaleidoscope is a fashion app that allows users to immediately shop the looks that are featured on the app, which include street, blog, runway, and editorial content. Kaleidoscope was founded last year by Ryan Junee and Max Skibinsky under parent company Inporia

The app is introducing a new way to discover fashion, and shop on a mobile device. In a WWD article, director of business development, Sarah Kunst, described the idea behind the fashion app: “You’re giving users fashion inspirations and a way to think about dressing and try a new outfit or something new. But brands will be able to do it in a way that inspires people to buy their clothes.” This past weekend at Coachella, Kaleidoscope partnered with Details Magazine, adding men’s looks to the app. The Guardian just listed Kaleidoscope as a “must download app” so download Kaleidoscope and check it out!

You can also follow Kaleidoscope on Facebook and check out their themed boards on Pinterest!